Fintech Insurance Solutions

Financial Technology (aka FinTech) has emerged as the new kid on the block in the financial services sector.



Complimentary policy reviews

Complimentary policy reviews

No hidden fees

No hidden fees

We understand the risks associated with taking traditional financial services provided by banks and intermediaries, applying today’s technology and innovation to enhance the delivery and usage of financial services. If you are a FinTech startup or an established service provider speak to Fintech insurance solutions about a tailored insurance program to manage the exposures facing your business.

What is Fintech Insurance?

Insurance that is designed specifically for FinTech companies to close the gap between technology, the provision of financial services and meet regulatory compliance.

Who can be covered under Fintech insurance?

FinTech is a broad term that includes lending marketplaces, B2B and P2P platforms, crowd funding platforms, trading platforms, international transaction platforms, blockchain technology, digital currencies, hardware and wearables, robotics/AI and insurtech and regtech.

Fintech insurance solutions will help you to navigate around and the risks facing your business and the industry you work within. Some of these risks include your:

  • Professional and General Liability
  • Responsibilities as directors to shareholders, investors and regulatory bodies
  • Data Security and Privacy; and
  • Protecting your Intellectual Property

Review your Insurance Cover

Does your insurance program need a fresh set of eyes? Are you getting the most out of your insurance program?
We often find that insurance buyers are made aware of deficiencies in their policies when its too late, i.e. when their claim is denied by the insurer. One size does not fit all when it comes to insurance policies.
All too often “off the shelf” insurance products don’t cater for risks specific to your business.

CMX can provide obligation free review services, such as:


Review and audit of your existing insurance program or policies. Identify uninsured risks and assess the impact it may have on your business if untreated.


Examine your claims history and explore the potential benefits or risks associated with adjusting your deductibles.


Explore your risk tolerance and help you use insurance as a risk transfer tool.

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Contact Information

Level 4, 309 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000